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Monsanto’s Roundup has been shown to cause cancer. Farmers and gardeners diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma are filing lawsuits against the company.
Babyganics says it makes safe, gentle, "tear-free" childcare and household products. But several incidents and lawsuits suggest that may not be the case.
Talc products like Johnson's Baby Powder have been linked to ovarian cancer. Hundreds of women have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
At best, cast iron pipes will last for roughly 50 years. Homeowners faced with leaking pipes though are now being denied compensation from insurance companies.
Breach of warranty law (or “lemon law”) allows consumers to file lawsuits against manufacturers or merchants for faulty products that fail to live up to their warranty.
Volatile e-cigarette batteries can explode, causing serious burns, broken teeth and bones, and other injuries. Many e-cig victims have filed lawsuits against manufacturers.
Energy drinks have been linked to kidney failure, cardiac arrest, stroke, and death. Their warning labels remain woefully inadequate, leading to dozens of lawsuits.
Some Samsung Galaxy phones have faulty batteries that can overheat and even explode. Samsung has recalled the Galaxy Note 7 and now faces lawsuits over the issue.
Data breaches often lead to identity theft and financial losses. They have become increasingly common in recent years, and can lead to massive lawsuits.
For decades, companies exposed millions of workers to asbestos. As a result, every year thousands of Americans are diagnosed with mesothelioma.
Defective products that cause injuries are subject to lawsuits. Companies in the distribution chain, including the manufacturer, sellers, and suppliers, can be held accountable.
Furniture tip-overs send 40,000 people to the ER every year: 25,000 of them are children. Many file lawsuits against manufacturers alleging negligence or wrongful death.
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